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to an issue of intense friction between the united states and russia. the adoption of russian children by americans. authorities in texas are investigating what's described as the suspicion death of a 3-year-old boy adopted from russia. russia's foreign ministry blames the death last month on inhuman abuse. david mattingly is following the developments for us. lay out the details. >> what we know about the boy and the parents is not much today, but we do know that the boy and his brother were both adopted and living in the same house in texas. officials there say that the buy was found unresponsive and that his mother called 911. that happened on january 21st. that was just days after his third birthday. >> what are texas and u.s. government officials saying about this case? >> well, texas officials are looking into this because they are compelled to investigate any death of a young child that is not natural or is unknown. so there was an automatic investigation that was triggers here. they call is suspicion. they could hurry this up, but under normal circumstances we may not have the
after a scene straight out of the movie of armageddon as russia is hit by a meteor strike sparking an explosion with the power of an atomic bomb of. welcome to "america live," what a friday, everyone, i am h megyn kelly. a bright light scene racing across the sky as the ten-ton meteor enters earth's atmosphere travelling at least 33,000 miles per hour. imagine looking up and seeing this. this video of a roadway showing, look at the sky lighting up, bright white as a large fireball explodes. the sonic blast shattering windows, shards of glass and debris rain down on panicked local and that's how most of the injuries happened. up close to a thousand people injured. and some thinking the worst, thinking the world was coming to an end. (scream (screams) >> a flash of light and three minutes after a loud blast happened and people started to panic. and somebody screamed, the end of the earth! reminded me of action movies like terminator 4. the light was very bright, looked like a very bright sun and lasted for three seconds and three minutes later, the blast happened. >> megyn: can you
from inside russia on the cosmic clean up following a direct hit from outer space . a new warning over the defense budget showdown this time from the army's top brass. in my opinion sequestation is not in the best interest of the national security. it places a burden on the soldiers and civilians and plus, questions tonight about whether washington is playing politics with the troops and what deep cuts would mean for our military. and a police cruiser there one moment and gone the next after a car slams into it somewhere caught in all of that blur, a little boy. >> i am harris faulkner and it is time for the clean up the day after what looked like an assault from the sky. amateur video caught it all. it is a bright light, a meteor streaking across the sky in rush yampt the space rock hurdled out of the atmosphere at 40,000 miles per hour faster than we were told and then the sonic boom. the explosion happening over the mountain with a force estimated strong as an atomic bomb, 20 of them . now we have video showing a giant hole in a lake where a piece of the metor hit. people in russia
generation drone bomber as congress investigates whether drone killings are legal. and after russia banned adoptions by americans, robert and kim summers went to moscow anyway, hoping to bring back a son. elaine quijano has the rest of ther story. >> don't let these children suffer, please. that's all we ask. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. two ill winds are blowing tonight, a low-pressure storm system rolling out of the midwest will soon collide with another system coming out of the southeast. where they meet will be a classic nor'easter with blizzard conditions. blizzard warnings are up from northern new jersey to maine. and in some of the nation's most important transportation hubs, 1600 flights have been canceled so far. david bernard is our weather consultant. david, what can we expect tonight? >> all the ingredients are coming together for that powerhouse area of low pressure. what i want to do is show you where we expect the storm to be tomorrow morning. those two systems are going to come together right here on
, the olympian. >>> still ahead, the danger from outer space. reaction from russia's close enkousht with a ten-ton meteorite. you're watching "andrea mitchell reportings" only on msnbc. i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd like to talk to tim hill about his tendency to use all caps in emails. [ shouting ] oh i'm sorry guys. ah sometimes the caps lock gets stuck on my keyboard. hey do you wanna get a drink later? [ male announcer ] hold packages at any fedex office location. >>> in south africa olympian oscar pistorius sobbed openly in a south african court today as he formally was charged in had the murder of his girlfriend. a sports icon in hits country, pistorius made history as the first double amputee track athlete to compete in the olympic games. joining me now is mary core i willo with nbc sports who knows him well, profiled oscar pistorius at his home last summer for "rock center" and has been follow
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in "the newsroom." >> don't like this. >> meteor shower breaking overnight, amazing pictures out of russia. hundreds are injured as fragments of the meteor slam into earth. >>> plus -- >> it was kind of crazy. >> tired but ready to get on a bus and go get a shower, be in a place where the toilet flushes. >> i just really want a bed. >> reporter: sweet home alabama, back on land, the cruise from hell finally over for thousands of weary vacationers. >>> also, charged. prosecutors arguing the so-called blade runner olympian committed pre-meditated murder, reportedly shooting his girlfriend four times through a bathroom door. >>> plus this. >> don't you just love it? >> love what? >> tiffany's. >> reporter: it's "breakfast at tiffa tiffany's" not breakfast at costco. the discount warehouse known for gallons of mayo and bulk packs of underwear selling what they say are tiffany rings. the people behind that little blue box calling costco out this morning. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning, thank you so much for joining me. i'm carol costello. we begin with the shock and awe of a meteor sho
within just hours of each other. this morning in a remote part of russia, some thought the world was ending when a ten-ton meteor, five stories tall, hurtled to earth and exploded, causing a lot of injuries and doing a lot of damage without actually hitting anything. its fiery descent was captured in vivid detail by numerous cameras. >>> and then this afternoon there was a very close call with a massive astroid that whizzed by just 17,000 miles from our planet. in sell celestial terms, that's a narrow miss. nbc's tom costello reports. >> reporter: the video from russia is incredible. a massive meteor traveling at 33,000 miles per hour, trailing a brilliant quite con trail, hitting the atmosphere and exploding with the force of an atomic bomb. [ explosion ] >> reporter: the shock wave over the town damaged thousands of buildings, knocked down a factory wall and blew out windows across the city in freezing temperatures. just as kids were starting the school day. >> translator: the ceiling was okay. but all the windows were broken. almost all the window panes were damaged. there ar
. >>> and the sky falls on russia. a meteor rips across the horizon, raining debris shattering glass, and injuring hundreds. >>> the risk you could face from reverse mortgages. and sally field tells us how she nearly missed out on her oscar-nominated role. >>> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> the shocker from out of space. >> hundreds hurt after a meteor rains down on russia. >> leaving several buildings shaken and damaged. >> almost 1,000 miles east of moscow. >> up to 400 people may have been injured. >> hours before a 150-foot-wide asteroid is supposed to pass by. >> hug your loved ones have them close and listen to some arrow smiktd. >> i'm glad to be out of here. >> the pleasure cruise that went very bad is finally over. >> first of all, sorry, carnival, for taking your bath robe. i figure they owed me. >> he murdered his girlfriend. >> there are reports she was shot through the bathroom door. >> a rare filibuster. >> i hope one democrat will look at chuck hagel's record and reconsider reconsider. >> just when you t
. usaa. we know what it means to serve. the meteor to flew over and crashed into russia. more importantly, have you seen the meteor. the video is amazing, and so much of it caught on russian surveillance and russian dashboard cameras which are apparently a ton. russians love that. the thing weighed 20,000 pounds and was going at least 33,000 miles an hour. when the meteor hit and it's its associated shock wave hit, the ground shook, glass shattered, more than 1,000 people injured and more than 3,000 buildings were damaged. some what came to earth left a hole in a frozen lake 25 feet across. not a space rock crashing to earth this dramatically in more than 00 years in 1908 we did not have nearly the number of dashboard cameras we have now to watch it over and over and over and over again from a million different supercompelling angles, and, yet, less than 24 hours after the meteor won the prize for the most accidentally well documented astronomical event ever there, are already meteor truthers in russia. vladimir is a russian politician, and generally acknowledged a cookook. he has disting
president obama on his economic agenda. >>> the cost of next year's winter olympics in russia has risen to $50 billion. about five times originally more than planned. >>> over in moscow, russia's first cap sul hotel is open for business. a night in the sleep box with just the bear necessities goes for $85 a night. >>> back on this konts nent. it is the end of an era. the royal canadian mint is no longer making and distributing pennies. >>> beer powered beer from alaska. yes, you heard me right. >>> and police officers get the boot for goofing off while on the job. we'll have details next. in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. i never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to today and make your business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. you're playing tomorrow. [ coughs ] ♪ you can't
hacked. >>> and later, dash cam craze. we'll look at russia's obsession with dashboard cameras which was highlighted by last week's meteor explosion. >>> this is the "cbs morning news." t week's meteor explosion. >>> this is the "cbs morning news." [ sniffs ] bacon?! gotta get that bacon! bacon?! bacon! smokey bacon, meaty bacon, tasty bacon! bacon? ohh, la, la... oh, i say is that bacon?! oh, good heavens! bacon! bacon! bacon! bacon! who wants a beggin' strip? meee! i'd get it myself but i don't have thumbs! yum, yum, yum, yum, yum... it's bacon!!! mmm i love you, i love bacon. i love you. i love bacon. i love you. beggin' strips! there's no time like beggin' time. and check out beggin' thick cut. i'm gonna need a bigger mouth! [old english accent] i doth declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners discount
into russia today. more importantly, you have seen the meteor. the video is amazing and there is so much of it caught on russian surveillance video, and dash cam videos, apparently there was a ton. russians love that. who knew, they say it was going at least 33,000 miles an hour. when the meteor hit and its associated shock wave hit, as well, the ground shook, glass shattered, more than a thousand people were injured and 3,000 buildings damaged. some of what was left, left a hole in the frozen lake. there has not been a spray rock crashing to earth anywhere near this dramatically in more than 100 years. back in 1908, the last time it happened this dramatically, we didn't have nearly the dashboard cameras to watch it happen as now, over and over again, from many, many different compelling angles. and yet, less than 20 hours after this meteor won the prize for the biggest disastrous meteor damage ever, he is acknowledged to be a koo k.but he has distinguished himself about this in russia, saying it was not a meteor that hit russia. the russian state-run media says that nothing ever falls t
cam in russia. >> apparently in russia it's common in your morning commute to involve a hatchet dispute, fighter chopper fly by, or, i don't know, tank! how unfazed are russians? >> and the cows, they just got up and went on their way across the street. unbelievable. good day. jim will bring us more on that in a few moments. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. if you ever wondered just why comprehensive immigration reform is such a heavy lift for lawmakers, just ask john mccain. he got an earful at a town hall meeting in arizona last night. >> why didn't the army go down there and stop them? because the only thing that stops them, i'm afraid to say and it's too damn bad, but is a gun. that's all that will stop them. >> the border's 2,000 miles long, sir. i don't know how much troops and army people you think would have been required. i don't know how many you think will be required, but i'll give you expert information that shows you probably maybe you're talking about 2 million soldiers. you want to round up 11 million people and send them back to their country? you're not
. >> all those absentee votes all in the same handwriting. >> brian: russia just made a shocking move against america. why we all need to be concerned next. >> steve: then she telling lawmakers he is the lawmaker telling women don't worry about the man about to attack you, fight him off with a whistle. how about advice women can actually use. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in cl
'm neil cavuto, good grief a meteor hitting russia, an asteroid darn near hitting earth and no less than a u.s. senator hitting us with this. >> everyone says we have a spending problem. when they talk about that, it's like there's an assumption we as a nation are broke. >> neil: we are broke! but do you see a pattern here? not the meteor and asteroid thing, the spending isn't an issue thing. tom harkin, nancy pelosi, barack obama, i'm seriously gingrich to think they are crazy. they're all card carrying members of the you the new spending planet earth society. no problems, no worries. good god. to former ohio democratic congressman dennis kucinich. congressman, a trillion dollar more going out than coming in. this would be a spending problem, would it not? >> government's wasting money. it should spend less on war and give less to the pharmaceuticals. i understand what senator harken's saying. >> i don't understand it at all. when you say we don't have a spending problem, you are saying that a trillion more going out than coming in -- >> i didn't say that. >> you know what i mean. the 6
germany and france and u.s. and russia are scheduled to meet with iran and the economic sanctions. few have much optanism anything will come out of the talks. harris. >> conor, powell, thank you very much. >> a letter from a american is confirming his family's worst fears. the american pastor's wife said she knows her husband is torteured and receiving death threats. he's 32 years old and father of two who left his home in idaho to help start a orphan age in iran. his family received the letter from himp only the second one since his capture. he described physical and psychological torteur and acknowledge that all of the beatings are designed for one thing to get him to deny christ. they will never get this from me. the blade runner, oscar pistorius out of jail and reportedly trying to reach out to the family of his dead girlfriend reeva steenkamp. there is concerns that the south africa legal system could make it almost impossible for the legal system to convict this man. breaking news story details we just learned. 28 people are hurt tonight. debris flying in the stands in the final
damage, i mean, the dinosaurs kind of damage, perhaps. hours before a meteor broke apart over russia. there are incredible pictures. i mean, no wonder people thought this was a ufo. can you imagine seeing that? streaking across the sky above the ural region in russia? there was chaos, there was panic, caught on camera. >> unbelievable. the powerful blast was enough to shatter windows and doors. about 1,000 people were reportedly injured. 3,000 buildings were damaged and windows completely blown out. tom foreman is "outfront." tom, what happened this morning in russia? i didn't believe when it i first saw it. we were covering the "triumph," and we said, ufo? could this be true? >> what happened is the russians got a very rude awakening. this meteor exploded 30 miles up in the atmosphere, above one of their more northern cities here, the impact was really huge considering this thing wasn't that big in terms of things flying through space. let's talk about the size of it, about ten tons which sounds like a lot but that's not a lot in space. about ten feet long. traveling 33,000 miles pe
venezuela and russia is awful. compared to our oil spims and there is it always a risk and a dange in getting these things, but don't we do it best? >> you will not have. if youment perfection go and live in a cave. this is private money willing to take the risk . how about easing restrictions on federal lands and have the fly. if pime want to put up the capitol for it great. we'll be the beneficial. >> environmentam i felt are against any plan to get oil. >> you might be getting a bit carried away. let me respond to a few things. to rich's point that it will create stability. if we could be assured that the oil coming in the refinement that oil would say in the u.s.. that is swell but that is not the case. the president is it pursuing the all of the above. epa is trying to make sure fraking remains safe. >> if flows in the gulf in the refineries and all over the mississippi they are gearing up for the new thicker oil sands from canada and they are preparing to convert that oil in gasoline? >> yeah, stability and volatility are important things. we all assume when we calk about oil
russia and the u.s. russia demanding the return of a two-year-old boy, he and his brother were adopted by a texas couple, but the boys' older brother, seen here, was found dead at their home last month under suspicious circumstances. molly line has more from new york city. >> russian lawmakers and officials are expressing some outrage following the january death of his three-year-old russian adoptee in texas, demanding the boy's little brother be returned to his homeland. max shadow and his two-year-old brother christopher were adopted last year by a couple of garden dale. max died on january 21, but exactly how remains under investigation pending occupy results. the sheriff's office said the mother claims the boys were outside in the yard playing unattended when she later discovered max lying unconscious. he was transferred to a local hospital where he later died. texas child welfare authorities are involved here. they're monitoring the family and the younger brother remains at home with his adoptive parents. reaction in russia to the death has been extreme with some russian officials
that stuxnet has given countries like russia and china, not to mention terrorist groups and gangs of cybercriminals for hire, a textbook on how to attack key u.s. installations. >> you can download the actual source code of stuxnet now and you can repurpose it and repackage it and then, you know, point it back towards wherever it came from. >> sounds a little bit like pandora's box. >> yes. >> whoever launched this attack-- >> they opened up the box. they demonstrated the capability. they showed the ability and the desire to do so, and it's not something that can be put back. >> if somebody in the government had come to you and said, "look, we're thinking about doing this. what do you think?" what would you have told them? >> i would have strongly cautioned them against it because of the unintended consequences of releasing such a code. >> meaning that other people could use it against you? >> yes. >> or use their own version of the code. >> something similar. son of stuxnet, if you will. >> as a result, what was once abstract theory has now become a distinct possibility. if you c
? >> the station did pass over russia and they talked to kevin ford who is the commander and the first thing he said is the crew was doing fine and the station is stable, which, of course, is our main concern. and you know, they had a quick chat for ten minutes to talk about the procedures that needed to be done. that's what they're working toward. again, we have another pass in about five minutes, we'll talk to them again. >> chad myers again. this computer was only for communications. this thing never was really going to put the iss in any danger by not working, right? >> no. it's a command and control computer. it's the computer that allows everything else on board the station to work and be monitored and for us to send commands. obviously there's lots of computers on board, lots of redundancy. we do need the ability to bush buttons here in houston and command the station and talk to the crew. that's the computer that allows us to do it. >> okay, josh, appreciate it. thank you. >>> here's more of what we're working on for newsroom international. the royal baby bump. that's right. katherine,
, nothing shook up the internet more than these -- ♪ we learned that driving in russia is terrifying thanks to dash cams that catch more than just meteors. here in the states, a dash cam caught some shocking moments of its own. luckily, no students were on the bus at the time. and while russia cleaned up its meteor mess, the skies in florida were still lighting up with space debris. and finally, this last one is for our own bill karins. we'd never make him fly a stunt plane, but this weather man wasn't so lucky. >> a right, then a left. >> and speaking of bill karins, he's back for another look at the weather. would you be up for something like that? >> passing out? >> no, the plane stunts. >> i chickened out. i had a chance to with the blue angels. >> what's the latest on the weather? >> this weekend's forecast, the problems are mostly this morning in the midwest. wisconsin, minnesota and through the ohio valley, a lot of freezing rain out there and a little bit will be heading into virginia and north carolina. as we go throughout the day saturday, heavy rain develops through the southeast
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was a near miss. it really compared nothing to what happened in russia yesterday. listen. this spectacle in the skies above central russia ended with chaos and confusion. first this bright flash, then a deafening crash. students ran away from the windows. office workers ducked for cover. and this man shielded his head from falling debris. the meteor left a trail of damage. powerful shockwaves blew out windows and sent glass flying everywhere. hospitals are packed >> translator: mainly incised and contused winds due to windows and window frames breaking and flying around. you see as a result how many people are here. >> reporter: the blast injured at least 1,000 people. most of the injuries are minor. >> windows and doors were blown out of around 3,000 buildings. that's especially rough when temperatures are near freezing now. emergency officials are there right now, assessing the damage. >>> after a day after hearing about that blast in russia, imagine what people in san francisco thought about that. experts say they see meteors like this quite often but often just drop over the ocean. i
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